AUDIO BOOK REVIEW: Turn a Blind Eye (William Warwick #3) by Jeffrey Archer


Publication Date: April 13 2021 Format: Audio
Genre:  Police Procedurals 
Narrators: George Blagdon

Publisher: Macmillan Audio             
9 hours 31 min
Buy: Kindle | Audio


Newly promoted to Detective Inspector, William Warwick is tasked with a dangerous new line of work, to go undercover and expose crime of another kind: corruption at the heart of the Metropolitan Police Force. Along with detectives Rebecca Pankhurst and Nicky Bailey, his team is focused on following Detective Jerry Summers, a young officer whose lifestyle exceeds his income. But the investigation risks being compromised when Nicky falls for Summers.

Meanwhile, notorious drug baron Assem Rashidi goes on trial, defended by Booth Watson QC, while William’s father Sir Julian and sister Grace lead the prosecution case. And William’s wife Beth, now a new mother to twins, makes a surprising new friend in Christina Faulkner—the ex-wife of William’s former rival, criminal financier Miles - who has not only turned over a new leaf, but also has a new-found source of income when Faulkner dies suddenly of a heart attack and she stands to be sole inheritor of his estate.

As the undercover officers start to draw the threads together, William realizes that the corruption may go deeper still, and more of his colleagues than he first thought might be willing to turn a blind eye.


I found this book on Scribd.

I was completely sucked into his series and very upset that I reached the most recent and now have to wait like the rest of the people who are also obsessed.  There is something endearing about William Warwick and his stuffy father is definitely growing on me and seems to also be growing a sense of humor.  

William and his wife Beth have their twins and William gets a new job.  Instead of art theft he is now in a secret division investigating crooked cops.  He is also involved in taking down a drug dealer.  Although art is never far from his investigative skills and always on his radar. 

These are not stand alone books as one directly impacts the next one, each ending on a bit of a cliff hanger.  I have fallen in love with William and his wife Beth and really detest Williams rival Miles Faulkner the art dealer although I have to give him credit for being a very witty bad guy.  This series hooked me from the first book and I can't wait to see where it goes. 


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